The new ResQLink 410 RLS from ACR comes with peace of mind and assurance built in as standard due to its Return Link Service (RLS) feature. SOS beacons with this feature are able to tell the user that their emergency distress message has been received and their location has been detected. All this is thanks to the COSPAS SARSAT satellite network through which the ResQLink 410 RLS operates, and a flashing blue light on the device indicates user confirmation.
Subscription-free, this compact device contains a trio of distress signalling technology: GPS positioning, a 406 MHz signal, and 121.5 MHz homing capability, and, if an emergency occurs at night or in poor visibility, the built-in strobe and infrared strobe make low-light rescue operations more achievable.
In an emergency there may not be much time to process information properly, which is why the ResQLink 410 RLS is designed to be as simple to activate as possible: deploy the antenna, press the ‘on’ button, and the beacon will confirm when your SOS has been received and your location observed. All this whilst guiding rescuers to within 100m or less of the user’s position.
Not only is this PLB easy to use, its wearability is incredibly versatile too. So, whether attached to your body or your gear, your adventures and excursions are that bit safer and more convenient.